Learning to Conquer Imposter Syndrome
Posted by Kat Slump on September 17, 2019 in
“Am I good enough to work here?” This is what I kept asking myself as I sat at my desk, struggling to solve a problem. As a new Software Engineer at Humu, I worried that if I failed to figure out a solution, people would realize that I didn’t deserve my job. As my anxiety […]
Privacy at Humu: Vulnerabilities, Breaches, and Notifications
Posted by Lea Kissner on June 3, 2019 in
At Humu, we want to build a world where people are treated with humanity, respect, and consideration. That’s why, as a company, we’ve made a commitment to doing what’s right, whether by sharing insights from our research teams or by volunteering in our communities. Because to truly make work better, it takes a village.
Data Privacy at Humu: Building Systems for Trust to Make Work Better
Posted by Bryan Zimmer on January 9, 2019 in
Humu’s investment in both privacy and security is a part of our commitment to keeping a little bit of love in everything we do. That love and care of the data we’re trusted with is a critical part of our mission.
Inside Humu: How Moving from Google Domains to Google Cloud DNS Was Painful—And How We Fixed It
Posted by Yonatan Zunger on June 18, 2018 in
This blog post is the first in an intermittent series about things we’ve learned in our first year as a startup. The goal of these posts is to help others avoid the same misery—and to make work better. ← see what we did there?